The Real Madrid versus Liverpool match: One player is expected to win the Battle

Currently, Real Madrid is going to face off against Liverpool during the Champions League Finals on May 26th. This match is going to take place in Kiev, and the team is planning on winning another trophy for the third time in a row. To progress to this match, Real Madrid had to beat Bayern Munich, while on the other hand, Liverpool had to defeat Roma. Both teams have shown that they are eager to face off to win the top club prize.

One reason why this match is so highly anticipated because it will feature a head on duel between two strong and well-regarded forwards: Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo and the star of the Liverpool team, Mohamed Salah. One of which will be crowned with the end of an amazing personal season, along with a nice medal.

Real Madrid – Cristiano Rolando

Ukraine will pay homage to the player during his sixth Champions League Final. He has an impressive history filled with winning the prized trophy three times with his current team, Real Madrid and once when he was playing for Manchester United. Before the final, the player gave Madrid a heart attack as he injured his ankle during the draw with Barcelona easier in the month. This cause the 33-year old star to miss two games. One against Sevilla and the other against Celta Vigo. Due to training though, he is ready to take his place back on the front line.

Another fantastic season was enjoyed with Madrid as he was recorded to score 43 goals in total during all of the 42 games that were held in the competition they participated in. His tally record shows scoring 15 goals during a total of 12 Champions League games throughout the duration of the current campaign. The player proudly stated that he was the man needed during the Madrid high-stress quarter-final match with Juventus and managed to let a three-goal lead dingle and then slip, right before being awarded with a late penalty that was quite controversial.

On the other hand, player Lucas Vazquez lost his place in the box and went down a few notches due to a lacklustre performance against Mehdi Benatia, which lead to an array of protests that stemmed from the current Juve keeper, Gianluigi Buffon.

Liverpool – Mohamed Salah

Before the match, Salah has proudly stated that the matchup will be perfect opportunity to demonstrate Liverpool’s power instead of it being a duel of the best between himself and Ronaldo. Though it’s undeniable, his record this season would draw comparisons between himself and the star of Madrid.

The Egyptian international player will stun during the main debut to the Champions League Final appearance. It is unquestionable from fans and expects that he is going to be the main threat against the iconic English team.

During the competitions terms, Salah has scored a total of 44 goals in all 51 of his appearances. This sparked talk amongst expects that he could be in the running against Messi and Rolando to win the prestigious Ballon d’Or award for the season.

Due to the player’s cleverness and skill, he finished the match against Brighton and Hove Albion with 4-0 on the last day. This made him a record goal scored in all of the 38 matches in the Premier League Campaign. Salah is apart of the highest-scoring group of three in the Champions League history. He is accompanied by Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane.

Conclusion

Both players have had an impressive season while playing for their clubs. Though out of both of them, Ronaldo’s experience with playing could give Madrid the upper hand in the upcoming match. Many are believed that Rolando is going to come out on top in this final match and will be the first player in history to win five of the Champions League Finals.

Real Madrid

real madridTo say that any other club comes close to Real Madrid would be a close second. For many years this has been the country’s favorite club. The club was founded in 1902 and went by the name Madrid Football Club. It was not until later on that King Alfonso the 3rd would bestow on it the title Real or Royal in this case if translated to English. The early years if the club. Could be seen as successful since they did manage to snatch a few Copa del Rey trophies between 1905-1908. Later on by the time WW2 would break out they could boast of having gotv2 La Liga titles.

Post war. Santiago Bernebèu took over as the club president in the period after the war. He took up this post after working in several functions for the club over the years since joining its ranks as a junior in 1909. Rebuilding the club after the war was saying difficult task that he had to complete. His first stop was to build a new stadium which was later renamed in his honor. He also signed a number if High Profile international players.

The dream team put together by Santiago would later go on to win four La Liga and one Copa del Rey. This was just a taste as they impressively went on to win the first 5 ever organized European Cups. This dream team is still considered by many to be one of the finest assembly of football players ever. The period after 1960 would see the club go on to. Be glorious in their winning streak as the cleaned out the domestic titles and snagged themselves another European Cup title.

The football club went know to become one of the most successful in the country. With the addition of a new president there was a lot of international transfers made to the club. Not all of these transfers were successful yet they still cost a lot of money. The then president of the club, Florentino Perez set out to create a star studded club rather than balance it out to have all types of players. The expensive acquisition of world famous stars such as David Beckham, Zinedine Zidane, Ronaldo and Roberto Carlos then began. These transfers did not translate to winning more silverware but did bear fruit once in a while to the occasional La Liga title or Copa del Rey. Madrid did manage to take a champions league title in 2003.  Debts. Though the star studded transfers would see the club gain more fans and followers it did not come without its down fall. The club is known to suffer from large amounts of debt due to the costly affair of buying new players almost every summer. The debt is so large that it has exceeded £600 million. The city of Madrid helps the club our and paid for their new training ground that cost £ 480 million.